New Tele gave New Tune

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  1. journo

    journo Member

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    Hi,

    The great guitarist also known as Marinblues has demonstrated what he can do with a Tele so naive as I am I thought that if I got a Tele I could also sound good.

    I bought the Tele and while I'm happy I did I sound nowhere like Marin. :D

    The guitar (see pics below) did inspire me to write a fast shuffle in the guitar friendly key of Bb. He he! I had a blast recording it. The guitar is brand new and I haven't learned the nuances of it yet so I'm looking foreward to working with it a lot more.

    Here's the tune called "Tele Marketing":
    http://www.beggat.com/uploads/Tele%20Marketing%20061002.mp3

    My digital camera sucks so the pictures aren't great but I couldn't resist a pic next to it's CAR sibling. Both guitars look great IRL.
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    Cheers,

    Mats N
     
  2. scottlr

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    Nice! What did you use for the backing tracks? The horns sound great! Tele has a nice tone, and a cool title.
     
  3. journo

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    Hi Scott,

    The backing was made in Cubase 4 using NI Battery 2 for drums, SampleTank 2 for bass and piano, NI B4 II for Hammond organ and I found some horn riffs I sliced together and transposed and altogether fooled around with to make them fit the track.

    Thanks for listening!

    Cheers,

    Mats N
     
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    Very cool :AOK BUT you use the wrong pickup on the Tele ;) .
    So when can we download (and pay) for this great backing?
     
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    Hi Anders,

    Thanks for listening but did you listen close enough?
    I switch from the neck pu to the bridge pup for the last two verses. :D

    Cheers,

    Mats N
     
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    Hi Mats -
    Another great backing and playing! I love my tele. I think once you get used to it you'll love yours too. :AOK

    Greg
     
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    :jo I hear that now.. :)
     
  8. journo

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    Hi Anders,

    Glad you haven't lost those golden ears. :D

    Cheers,

    Mats N
     
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    Hey, maybe that's why you're happy!:dude

    thanks for the compliment.

    It looks great. Kind of Burgundy Red. (?)

    Ace playing as usual, Mats, whatever style you may play!

    Was it the GS-10?

    thanks and congrats for the great guitar.

    Marin
     
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    Hi Marin,

    The guitars are both Candy Apple Red but the pictures do not convey the cool finish.

    And yes, it was the Boss GS-10.

    Cheers,

    Mats N
     
  11. Rid

    Rid Senior Member

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    Aw Tele suits you Mats!!
    Fun and a very enjoyable clip!
    Niels
     
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    chewynodoubt Senior Member

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    what kind of tele is it?
     
  13. journo

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    Hi Niels,

    Glad you liked it.
    The Tele is a hard one to play. Compared to my other guitars it's an ornery beast, but fun in a certain primitive way.

    Cheers,

    Mats N
     
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    Hi Chewy,

    It's an Edwards TE-86CTM (made in Japan) in Candy Apple Red with Duncan pick ups as standard. I've tried a lot of teles and apart from a Suhr I couldn't afford this was the one that spoke to me.

    Cheers,

    Mats N
     
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    I slightly regret buying the PODxt instead of a GS-10 or GT-Pro. The reason was that I already had some COSM amp models on my drum machine do didn't want a "duplicate".

    The Pod surprises me positively sometimes though....
     
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    Hi Marin,

    I think modellers are like real amps in a very special way. You need more than one! :D

    Cheers,

    Mats N
     

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